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100 Gallons of Petroleum Fuel Spilled on Snow Hill Rd.

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SALISBURY, Md.- 100 gallons of petroleum fuel spilled onto a Wicomico County road Sunday night, after a truck driver hit a deer.

The Salisbury Fire Department said they responded to the fuel spill on Snow Hill Road near Airport Road around 10:49 p.m.

Fire officials say the truck driver hit a deer, causing about 100 gallons of fuel to leak out onto Snow Hill Road.

According to fire officials, the truck driver was not injured. They said the State Highway Administration was called in to pour sand over the fuel.

Fire officials said Snow Hill Road was closed down until about 1 a.m. Monday.

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